Pieology Brings Self-Styled Greens

. February 1, 2016.
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Pieology, creating make-and-take pizzas for hungry pie lovers since 2011, has launched a custom salad program at 620 E. Liberty St. In addition to their usual guest-created pizza combos, guests can now create a salad using one of three bases – organic field greens, romaine hearts or spinach – and over 40 different fresh topping options. According to Founder and CEO, Carl Chang, “Pieology was founded on the idea that every guest deserves a fresh and made-to-order meal that is as unique as they are, so we’re excited to expand our menu offerings to now include made-to-order custom salads.”

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